This obviously is no small feat, and is a goal that most guitarist's no matter how long they have played, will never accomplish.
I think this is mostly due to the methods that people use to learn their scales on the guitar. Instruments like the piano seem to be much easier for musician's to visualize keys, that is why a lot of guitarist's write on the piano.
My goal with this lesson and every other lesson I do with this subject is to help you completely break out of your playing shell and be able to have full command of major/minor keys and modes all over the fretboard.
Having said that, you must understand that any method is just that, a method. It is to teach you how to teach yourself. But, if you don't actively try and make it part of the way you look at the instrument every time you pick it up, it will never become natural.
However, I have used many methods to try and get my private student's to be able to visualize their fretboards, and I never had much success until I came up with this way of looking at things. It made my playing more secure and changed completely how my advanced students played and improvised on the guitar.
So this first video is pretty much just a pre-requisite video on the method, and we will really dig in deep in the next one coming tomorrow. Until then....
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